Saturday 12/09/2017 by phishnet

INTERVIEW OF DR. JENKINS OF PHILOSOPHY SCHOOL OF PHISH

Dr. Stephanie Jenkins of Philosophy School of Phish fame was recently interviewed by Engaged Philosophy, click here to read it.

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Comments

, comment by fhqwhgads
fhqwhgads Dr. Jenkins got down to the nitty gritty in that interview.
, comment by Philosurfer
Philosurfer What is a plorb, and what makes Robert Palmer one?

"...but rather give myself to science, I felt that I could help."
, comment by paulj
paulj I miss the smell of Chalkdust while teaching class.
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